New Delhi, Aug 13 (IANS) September is set to be a very busy foreign policy month for the Narendra Modi government, with five high-priority visits – incoming and outgoing – on the anvil, including President Pranab Mukherjee’s visit to Vietnam — his first abroad under the new dispensation. The beginning of the month will see Prime Minister Narendra Modi taking off to Japan for the annual bilateral meeting, during which the civil nuclear talks will be very much on the table. The prime minister heads to the US at the end of the month for his summit meeting with President Barack Obama. Before he embarks for the US, India will have two important foreign guests – Chinese President Xi Jinping in the middle of the month and before that Australian Prime Minister Tony Abott.
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